The ISCA Senior Cup wraps up today. Both Farida Osman and Caeleb Dressel are seeking their fourth event wins of the meet.
Night one of the ISCA International Senior Cup saw competition in the women’s 1500, men’s 800 and 200 relays in long course meters in St. Petersburg.
With her 1650 free best of 16:25.86 from last weekend, Cornish would’ve won the 2019 NCAA Division III title by roughly ten seconds.
Weinstein posted a 4:46.23, coming two seconds shy of her best time. This is the 13-year-old’s eighth time breaking 4:50 in this event.
Weinstein, who snagged Olympic Trials Wave I cuts in January to become the meet’s youngest qualifier, kicked off her weekend with a new best of 16:29.20.
Chong put up a time of 1:57.64 to erase her previous mark of 1:57.99 set in December.
In the 500 free, Weinstein jumps from #25 to #18 in the 13-14 all-time rankings with her 4:44.10 best time tonight.
Badger’s Matthew Fenlon picked up three wins in the boy’s 100 fly, 200 fly and 200 IM.
Rhee’s time of 2:16.87 is No. 2 in the nation this year for 16-year-olds behind only Caspar Corbeau.
Gormley dropped over four seconds Saturday night and now sits behind only Madelyn Donohoe and Regan Smith in the ranks of 16-year-old women nation-wide.
Kristin Cornish, a 14 year old out of Westchester Aquatic Club, dropped a massive best time to win the women’s 800 free.
The girls of Westchester Aquatic Club set a new National Age Group (NAG) record in the 11-12 400 medley relay, going 4:34.46 at the Redtails International Invitational in New York.